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Foresters compete in Singles Sectional Qualifier

by Eric Andrews - eandrews@h-ponline.com

The Huntington University men’s and women’s bowling teams competed in the Intercollegiate Singles Championship Sectional Qualifier hosted at 30 Strikes in Stratford, New Jersey, on Friday.

The men’s team had five bowlers compete at the event, while the women’s team sent seven bowlers to compete.

The Intercollegiate Singles Championship Sectional Qualifier featured individuals bowling a total of six games to comprise a total score, with the top five bowlers earning a spot in the Intercollegiate Singles Championship. A total of 173 men and 159 women competed at the Sectional Qualifier.

Sophomore Austin Schultz led the men’s team by finishing in 77th place at the event with an overall score of 1,122. Schultz bowled games of 171, 182, 299, 147, 141 and 182 to lead the squad.

Sophomore David Miller squeaked inside the top 100 by tying with three other bowlers for 97th place with a score of 1,089. Miller recorded games of 165, 193, 222, 193, 148 and 168.

Sophomore Matt Tucker finished on Miller’s heels with a score of 1,088, good for 101st. Tucker threw games of 142, 195, 177, 259, 158 and 157 to comprise his score.

Senior Justin Coleman grabbed a 105th-place finish by tallying 1,082 points with games of 214, 180, 168, 156, 192 and 172, while sophomore Heath Atkins rounded out the Forester contingent with a score of 1,046 to place 128th after games of 169, 181, 193, 190, 150 and 163.

On the women’s side, senior Brianna Cearbaugh paced Huntington, earning a 33rd-place finish by accumulating 1,119 points. Cearbaugh posted scores of 201, 184, 166, 200, 194 and 174 in her games.

Senior Abigail Atkins tallied 1,029 points to grab 92nd in the standings with scores of 146, 175, 179, 150, 175 and 204, while freshman Hannah Bond finished the Forester podium in 97th place with 1,023 points after bowling games of 178, 137, 186, 186, 163 and 173.

Sophomore Kyndal Collins turned in a score of 1,014 to earn 102nd place with games of 197, 170, 146, 198, 128 and 175, while sophomore DaYanira Garza claimed a 108th-place finish with a score of 1,008 thanks to games of 162, 150, 138, 222, 154 and 182.

Junior Brianna Fish tied for 123rd with 987 points with games of 139, 200, 156, 136, 199 and 157, while freshman Lindsey Downs rounded out the field in 159th place with games of 134, 118, 157, 130, 139 and 115 to total 793 points.